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The votes just tallied up, and with a participation rate of 84%, the project, whose full name is "Improve Moodle's Core Forums by incorporating features from Moodleroom's Advanced Forums and Other Enhancement to Forum" has been the chosen one...
The fondness towards Moodle and its community, which is palpable from most Moodlers, paradoxically makes it difficult to judge how much the Open Source LMS has objectively benefited users' careers. To counter that, the Moodle blog has tried to...
While Moodle HQ prepares to make the core of the open source LMS compliant with the soon-to-be-enforced General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by the European Commission, little attention has been given to the implications for Moodle plugins and third-party...
Moodle HQ developer Andrew Nicols shares the first update of the “Expanded Question Bank Management/Categorization” project, chosen in the 2017 January-July Development Cycle by the members of the Moodle Users Association (MUA). As MUA’s President Emma Richardson had announced, this...
Almost all of the new generations software contains an introductory tours to guide new users about the user interface and features. Moodle is not having any such way to add the introductory tours so Andrew Nicols and Gavin henrick...
In Moodle, sometimes the notifications displayed to the user about an action just performed, is displayed through an intermediary redirect page with an optional 'Continue' button before the page again redirects to the destination page like after posting in...
Moodle 3.1 will bring a lot of new features along with the stability of being an LTS version. One of the new features named "User Disguise" which will be useful for students as well as teachers in Role Playing,...
Replying by email to discussion forums will make it so easy to draft and respond to discussion posts (whether you are a lurker at Moodle.org or want a super easy way to respond to students without logging into your...
Atto as a text editor doesn't have the same number of tools that TinyMCE had, but the usability and accessibility improvements give it a lot of value. Slowly but surely new addons are created for Moodle's own text editor,...
Here's a cool usability feature introduced by Andrew Nicols of the Lancaster University Network Services (LUNS) for what Moodle might look like post release in 2.3.  Fewer page loads and easier to add resources and activities. I really like the...